Room: BBL room 471
Title: Simplifying EJB development with EJB 3.0
platform enables the creation of enterprise applications without
having the programmer to worry about daunting tasks like authorization
issues or transaction management for example. Although the current
Enterprise JavaBean (EJB) 2.1 framework succeeds in this, the programmer
is often frustrated by having to generate a lot of additional code, like
deployment descriptors, and business interfaces. The open source community
JBoss adapted the Enterprise JavaBean 2.1 framework with the use of Plain
Old Java Objects (POJO), but still maintaining the great advantages the
containers provide. The POJO framework is now making its way of
becoming standardized in J2EE
applications with the EJB 3.0 framework.
In this talk I will discuss The EJB 2.1 framework with its downsides, and
move forward to the more elegant POJO franework approach introduced by
JBoss. After this I will discuss the EJB 3.0 framework.